With spring in the air, we’ve chosen some of our favorite things around the Palm Beaches. From restaurants to activities to objects to covet, here are a few of our editor’s picks.
A new vegan cafe, juicery, and market is creating quite the buzz in Palm Beach. Situated on Royal Poinciana Way in the former location of the Tropical Fruit Shop, Island Bee (561-619-3657) is the sister outpost of The Bee in downtown West Palm Beach. It operates under the same principles as the original, offering nourishing and organic foods in a cozy neighborhood environment. The menu features similar items as The Bee—including delicious bowls like the chia porridge made with chia, cinnamon, nut milk, granola, blueberries, and honey—as well as some heartier courses like paninis and salads. It’s all vegan, and it’s all divine.
Island Bee’s Chia Porridge
Set sail in style this spring on a yacht so Palm Beach it even dresses in Lilly. Barton & Gray Mariners Club (617-728-3555) has paired up with Lilly Pulitzer to create a custom Hinckley. Docked in Palm Beach and available to club members until May 15, the yacht is decked out in pillows and cushions in two Spring 2016 prints. The only downside: You’ll no longer be the best dressed on the high seas. —Mary Murray
Photos courtesy of Barton & Gray Mariners Club
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If you haven’t been yet, get thee to Grato (561-404-1334). True, it’s hard to score a reservation—but the place is worth the wait. Chef Clay Conley’s newest restaurant is THE place to be for brick oven pizzas, hand made pastas and even healthy, gourmet choices for kids.
House Made Gemelli “Nero” Pasta | Photo by LibbyVision.com